UHA Worksite Wellness

5 Tips To Capitalize On the Benefits Of Workplace Wellness

Written by Valerie Au on November 25, 2014. Posted in Well-Being, Post

Aristotle once said, “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Believe it or not, this principle applies as much to workplace wellness as it does to Greek metaphysics. When some employees are in poor health, the whole of the organization suffers as a result. If everyone is happy and...

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Sleepless in Hawaii: Tips for Falling Asleep – and Staying There!

Written by Valerie Au on November 24, 2014. Posted in Well-Being, Post

If you’ve ever experienced a bout of insomnia, you know how draining it can be to struggle through the day on little sleep. A full 6-8 hours is important for feeling rested and refreshed, for maintaining focus, and for staying on top of your game during the day. In other words, getting less than...

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Better Sleep Begins in the A.M.: Daytime Strategies for Improving Sleep

Written by Valerie Au on November 19, 2014. Posted in Well-Being, Post

Getting a full night of sound sleep is important for so many reasons. As we all know, feeling well-rested is vital for performing at our best during the day. In fact, a recent study showed that getting the right amount of sleep is also a big factor in reducing work-absenteeism due to illness,...

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Discussing Health Issues in the Workplace: When to Speak Up, and When to Stay Quiet

Written by Emily Weaver on November 18, 2014. Posted in Healthcare, Post

At some point in our lives, we will all be affected by some form of mental or physical illness. In some cases, it may be easy and desirable to keep these issues private, but there may also be times when discussing personal needs with your employer may be beneficial – either to your workplace, or...

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Is Financial Stress Weighing Down Your Team’s Performance?

Written by Darren Nakao on November 18, 2014. Posted in Well-Being, Post

When it comes to stress, it’s likely no surprise that financial concerns are often at the top of the list of culprits. In the U.S., concerns about money, work, and the economy are consistently the most common sources of anxiety, with 21% of employees reporting “high” or “overwhelming” levels of...

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